But the sex chatbot industry is not exactly a lucrative one, as choosing to So most of the time you get what you pay for.
If you’re not turned on by a Smarterchild-with-a-rape-fetish type like Sensation Bot, there’s not a lot to choose from.
They’re essentially novelty acts; in talking to them you test how well a robot can approximate a real, human conversation. Its slogan, “a strange little chat with a strange little guy…” makes it seem like an exhibit in an internet freak show aimed at the portion of the population who wonders what a horny robot would say to the object of its affections.
It looks to satisfy people’s curiosity if not their libidos; it’s good for a laugh rather than a fuck.
You’ll likely end up at some low-rent website, selecting from a fine smorgasbord of options like , who at least has a name.
These bots don’t talk to you but instead talk at you; regardless of what you say they endlessly cycle through a script of shoddily reproduced porn dialogue peppered with glitches and misspellings.
Even the name “Sensation Bot,” while perhaps softening “sexual” to “sensual,” evokes a certain amount of eroticism.
But it’s hard to characterize the damage done; empty validation is par for the course with online dating, even between humans.No longer do you have to decipher a web of gestures to know if someone is into you.Dating apps function as a middle school gossip: you tell the app who you like, then the app lets the other person know But perhaps that’s what makes it so unsettling.Little do these men know that most of their matches are company-created bots.There are two parts to the Ashley Madison chatbot strategy: “angels” and “engagers.” “Angels,” echoing their Victoria’s-Secret-model namesakes, are fake profiles created by Ashley Madison employees that exist on the site lifeless and inert like Barbie dolls in a toy chest. The “engager” is a piece of AI software that generates thousands of conversations, using the “angel” as a puppet through which it can chat with its prey.